Apr 22, 2013
New Films Feature Genoa, Nebraska U.S. Indian School
Dr. Ronald Naugle, Nebraska Wesleyan University Professor Emeritus of History, will take part in Q&A following a special Humanities Nebraska screening of the critically-acclaimed documentaries "Lost Nation: The Ioway 2&3" on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at Nebraska Wesleyan University, 5000 St.
The Papillion Times
Holiday display wreckers take guilt trip back to crime scene
The Bishop family in Genoa, Neb., returned their house to its original holiday splendor after thieves brought back three outdoor decorations they had removed.
It's arguably the most annoying commodity on the market, but the pebble in energy manufacturer's shoes is building Nebraska's rural economy one grain at a time.
Sand becomes in-demand commodity
The Loup Power District has been dredging the sand from the head of a power canal along the Loup River near Genoa for 75 years, ensuring that the water flows unimpeded into its two powerhouses to generate electricity.
Power canal near Columbus churning out power
When the announcement was made that $7.3 million in Public Works Administration funds would pay for a massive Loup River Public Power District project, it was celebrated locally with parades that rivaled those signifying the end of World War I. The creation of the 35-mile Loup Power Canal, Genoa Headworks and powerhouses near Monroe and Columbus ... (more)